Prof.: "When water becomes ice what great change takes place?"
Norton: "A change in price."
We Knew It
Malik: "When was the last time you took a female character's part in a play?"
W. Feeney: "The first time."
Of Course Not
Wouldn't It Be Funny to See
L. Boyle at a woman suffrage meeting?
R. Fitzpatrick at a dance ?
J. Code in a football game?
Al. Rempe selling an anti-smoke cure?
J. Wagner in charge of a ribbon counter ?
H. Overberg with a "Star" plug?
Casey: "May I inquire what that paper is you are gazing at in such a melancholy
Code: "You may. It's a photo of one of my intimate friends of De Witt, Mr.
Troy, who left school last week."
The Frat House
Neighbor: "The neighborhood…
Our Actors of Renown
Gill Lewis and B. Hynes were demonstrating their ability as actors.
"The bum sat on the big red box car,
His feet lay upon the ground."
"Longfellow," said Hynes.
"The wind it howled and shook
The bridge upon its…
The Height of ?
Timmer: "We ought to have something on this floor."
C. McCabe: "You take the measurements. Wait, I'll get a yard stick. I'll be
back in a minute."
Timmer: "I don't need that stick, I measured it."
McCabe: "Well, how large…
Schoenfelder: "Did you hear about
Cosgrove swallowing a spoon?"
Feeney: "Is he very sick?"
Schoenfelder: "Well, he can't stir."
Keeler: "Say, Bill, what is the most
critical moment of the day for you ?"
At the M. D.'s Office
Davis: "May I go to town this afternoon?"
M. D.: "No, sir."
Davis (a little later) : "May I leave now?"
M. D.: "No, nothing doing. Get out of here."
M. D. (still later) : "Say, Davis, come here. Didn't…
F. Vass: "Valentine Day has a special significance for L. Nieters."
Monger: "How's that?"
F. Vass: "Why, besides bringing affectionate messages from Texas it is also the
anniversary of his birth."
Monger: "Gosh! That's a deep…